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Scientists who installed electrodes in petunias found that flowers (which have innate negative polarity) discharge their potential upon visitation by positively charged bumblebees, thereby informing subsequent bee visitors of the “honest status of their precious nectar and pollen reserves.”

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Scientists who installed electrodes in petunias found that flowers (which have innate negative polarity) discharge their potential upon visitation by positively charged bumblebees, thereby informing subsequent bee visitors of the “honest status of their precious nectar and pollen reserves.”

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